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Credit card Plane - Avion de construction carte de crédit

by magic_mushrooms Mar 31, 2015
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A really intelligent design.

Great idea and execution! Thank You for sharing it!!!!
Will make for my grandchildren.... The older ones will love it...
;-)
Excellente idée et exécution! Merci pour le partage !!!!
Fera pour mes petits-enfants ... Les plus âgés l'adoreront ...

Wow! This is great! Made it for 6th grade students and they loved it!!

Bonjour,

Merci pour le partage.

Vole-t-il?

Bonjour,
Merci beaucoup pour votre retour.
Non en fait il ne vole pas très bien... Je le referais peut être un jour en revoyant l'équilibre.

Russian before google translation (it is good idea to paste this text to bottom of the root post of the Thing Info).
Title: Карточный самолетик.

Привет,
Это сборная мини-игрушка которую легко взять с собой куда угодно.
По размеру она как кредитная карточка.
Ее легко носить в кармане или кошельке и извлечь в любой момент.
Чтобы собрать этот маленький самолетик понадобится кусокчек бумаги (какой найдется) или картонной коробки, парковочный билет... чтобы сделать крылья.
Моя дочь в восторге!!!
Удачной распечатки и игры!!!

I made one, but cant get it to fly. was this made to fly? or is it more a trinket to look cool?

of cos it doesnt fly.

the CoL is obviously way too ahead of the CoG.

you may try to stick a penny at the nose to see if it will be better

Hello,

Indeed, it does not fly very well ...

Originally, this is just a small toy to amuse my daughter.

I'll try to rework it when I have some time.

Xavier

Very cool design. My son loves it.. Now I have a spare airplane in my wallet. Only took 15 minutes to print one with 2 mm height and turned out great.

would a business card work as a wing

This is very clever! My kids are going to enjoy this. I printed it on an Ultimaker 2 at normal quality and it took an hour to print. The only trouble I had was getting the propeller in - it bend from the pressure. And figuring out what size of paper (I used 8.5" x 5.5" and folded it several times) and actually threading it through was a little tricky as well. I found that a business card with 1/3 cut off lengthwise fit great but the plane doesn't actually fly/float.